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Millennials Don't Suck
49 minutes | Jun 27, 2019
#98 - Andrew Dunn - Founder of Siempo on building tech to fight digital addiction
This week I spoke to Andrew Dunn, the founder of Siempo about building tech to fight digital addiction, how the world will change because of equity crowdfunding, and the race to the bottom of the brain stem. Andrew Murray Dunn is an Oakland-based entrepreneur and community builder who envisions a world in which technology protects and promotes human thriving. Prior to leading Siempo, Andrew was an early employee at Flexport ($3B+) and studied operations at UPenn Wharton (‘12).
58 minutes | May 6, 2019
#97 - Brandon Kleinman - On founding multiple companies and the value of not knowing...
I had the pleasure of sitting down at the home of Brandon Kleinman, founder of Laurel & Wolf and Vesta Home, about how he got his entrepreneurial start, how his 20s and 30s have differed, and why every little bit of experience along the way ends up mattering. Brandon got his professional start in the epicenter of story, Disney. There, Brandon was one of the first to recognize and utilize social media throughout Disney's parks and resort business. Following that, he created stories for some of the best brands in the world as the digital strategy head of TBWA\Chiat\Day, where he earned Cannes Golden Lion, FWA Site of the month, and a host of other awards.
48 minutes | Apr 25, 2019
#96 - Shaina Conners - COO of Global Sisterhood on building global communities
I interviewed Shaina Conners, COO of Global Sisterhood, about scaling a community, trusting her instincts, and moving cities. This is one of my favorite conversations in a long time. In talking to Shaina, it just really feels like she *gets it*. I'm not sure exactly what I mean by that, but I have a feeling you'll understand once you listen to this episode...
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